Jam Sebastian of Jamich dies | Inquirer Entertainment

Jam Sebastian of Jamich dies

/ 10:54 AM March 04, 2015
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Screengrab from Mich Liggayu Facebook page

MANILA, Philippines — Jam Sebastian, the half of the online YouTube sensation Jamich, has died after battling stage 4 lung cancer. He was 28-years-old.

Sebastian’s mother Maricar confirmed her son’s death, saying that he passed away at 10:30 a.m on Wednesday.


In a post on her Facebook account, Sebastian’s fiancee Mich Liggayu thanked God that he would not suffer anymore.

“Pray tayo ulit. But this time mag thank you tayo kasi magiging happy na si Jam with God. Di na siya mahihirapan. Let’s pray na mapuno siya ng love and peace. Angels of God, embrace Jam. Protect him. Lead him, God,” Liggayu said.


She said no words could explain her grief.

“We love you Jam Fernando Sebastian. I’m sure magiging sobrang ganda and happy ng birthday celebration mo sa Heaven. Sana madream kita na ipaalam mo lang samin na masaya ka na and healthy ulit with God. Thank you for everything… No words can explain. Until we meet again…” she added.

Sebastian earlier asked his family for “mercy killing” yet his mother refused.

Fans of the pair took to social media to express their condolences to Sebastian’s family. AJH


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